Just Finished My First Medium to Long Range Rifle

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Well, this is only my second post over here. I am a NFA guy at heart, mostly MG's, Suppressors and SBR's. But I needed some demo guns to show off cans so I decided to build a couple long range guns. After "lurking" here for a couple weeks I decided on a AR type for a targeted range of 0-400'ish yds and a Rem 700P in .300Win Mag for my 400-1000yd gun.

Here is the first one I finished. I am now trying to decide if I want to rattle can camo it. I am pretty happy with how it turned out. I can't wait to stretch it out to about 400 yards as soon as the corns cut. I have a YHM Phantom 5.56QD enroute for it that should be here anyday.

RRA LAR-15 Lower
RRA 2 Stage NM FCG
Hogue Grip
Magpul PRS Stock
SWFA SS 10x42M 30mm Scope
WOA Match Upper (duracoated ss barrel and sling swivel were options)
Cheapo Bipod

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Re: Just Finished My First Medium to Long Range Rifle

looks good but you need a crush washer to get your break lined up brownells has them for $3.00 i think
 

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Re: Just Finished My First Medium to Long Range Rifle

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: epdesign</div><div class="ubbcode-body">looks good but you need a crush washer to get your break lined up brownells has them for $3.00 i think </div></div>

The flash hider is only on as a thread protector until the can comes in. Im not even going to sight it in until it comes in since the POI will probably change anyway.